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Rencore Webinar: 10 things to keep an eye on to increase share point health

  1. 10 things to keep an eye on to increase SharePoint health
  2. Q & AQ & A Please use the Q&A functionality in Zoom instead of chat. We will pick up some questions at the end and answer the others in the follow-up email. FAQ: Recording of this webinar? Yes, the session is recorded and you will get the recording later today.
  3. “You can’t manage what you don’t know you have” - us, now
  4. Do you use JavaScript libraries with vulnerabilities?
  5. Who has access to your SharePoint environment?
  6. What JavaScript libraries do you use in your environment?
  7. What’s going on in your Site collection app catalogs?
  8. What APIs do you allow developers to use in your tenant?
  9. Where can users embed scripts?
  10. Where are your applications hosted?
  11. Page DOM is not an API
  12. The easiest way to check if there is something wrong in your SharePoint environment SharePoint Applications Health Check Get from
  13. Waldek Mastykarz Head of Product Liam Cleary Product Manager
  14. Thank you!

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  1. Application inventory Research by Gartner: 9/10 customized. Our research shows 10/10, people just don’t realize it 60% organizations only track applications built by the IT No one tracks applications built by users
  2. On average 6 scripts with known vulnerabilities are being used but we’ve seen as many as 480!
  3. What external scripts do you load On average, there are 12 external scripts in their environment, but we’ve seen as much as 500!
  4. What external scripts do you load On average, there are 3 different libraries, but we’ve seen as many as 60
  5. Not that widely used yet but increasingly more and more companies are using them
  6. How many site collections with no-script disabled you have in your environment?
  7. Servers other than O365 can have a different SLA and can lead to outage during business hours If these servers are not optimized to host static assets, performance will suffer
  8. O365 updates weekly. Each time there is a risk the DOM might changed breaking your application
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